- a character in one of Shakespeare plays. Short but soft sounding. Classical
- I see Imogen as a beautiful little girl, the kind that like to wear flowers in their hair and fall in love with the boy next door. She would be radiant with beauty and glow with a charming personality. She would grow into a lovely woman who would strive to achieve excellence in every endeavor she chose.
- I heard this name in a movie. Although the character was not much of a role model, the name, I think, is very beautiful, like a variation of Imogene.
Imogen was first used by Shakespeare for his play Cymbeline. He probably based the name on the Irish Gaelic word inghean meaning "daughter."
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